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ICT admin all set to appoint favourites

The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration has sanctioned 25 permanent posts to adjust blue-eyed daily workers in violation of government rules. Pakistan Today learnt on good authority that the ICT administration’s high-ups

CDA fails to ban BTS installation on buildings

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has failed to impose a complete ban on the installation of Based Transceiver Stations (BTS) on building rooftops in the federal capital and to shift the already

SSC supplementary exams from 13th

Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) will hold Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Supplementary Exams 2011 from September 13. The roll number slips of all the candidates have been dispatched to

Educational institutes reopen today

Federal education institutes and universities would reopen today (Monday) after Eid Holidays. Bahria University, Air University, NUML, Quaid-e-Azam, International Islamic, NUST, Federal Urdu University, FAST University, AIOU, Iqra University, Hamdard, Mohammad Ali

Rain exposes tall claims of CDA

A downpour halted life in the capital on Sunday as rainwater inundated numerous busy roads. The rainfall in the federal capital, as usual, scared away motorists and bikers as the water flooded

Back-to-school woes

Sadly, there is no vacation that never ends, as school-going children know all too well: with the end of summer children, teachers, parents, are all immersed in preparations to return to school.

Surgery for migraines looks promising

New surgical procedures are offering relief from debilitating migraine headaches, research shows. The new surgical techniques were inspired by an unexpected side effect to facial plastic surgery – specifically, a forehead rejuvenation

Romantic breakups change a woman’s brain

When a romantic relationship ends, the emotional backlash for women can trigger brain changes visible on MRI scans, a new research says. This new window into women’s grief sheds light on the

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